Audible Edge Festival | Djilba Program
Audible Edge returns to the Old Customs House to share newly commissioned works.
WHEN: 7.30PM (doors at 7PM), Friday 16 and Saturday 17 September
WHERE: Artists' Foundation of WA, 8 Phillimore Street, Fremantle
COST: Pay-what-you-can (suggested $25/$20/$15)
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An Ocean of Ears - Night 1 (16 September)
Jeremy Segal with Laurent Shervington, Pedro Alvarez, Sage Pbbbt, Tom Allum with Emma Daisy & Matt Slocomb
Sage Pbbbt presents her four-microphone vocal solo, enveloping the audience in sub-bass singing from all directions. Jeremy Segal uses self-programmed software to make enveloping ambient music from text-to-speech software. Pedro Alvarez presents a new solo work for quena tailor-made to the venue's resonant acoustic. Tom Allum's Canal Rocks project uses guitar, video projections and spatial sound design in immersive ways.
An Ocean of Ears - Night 2 (17 September)
Jo Pollitt, Daisy Sanders & cr0nes, Lily Tait, Windhover, Lana Rothnie & Mahamboro
Lily Tait melds voice, violin and field recordings of the south-west of Western Australia in stunning combinations. Jo Pollitt, Daisy Sanders & cr0nes present a new work taking influence from weather systems to find belonging between text, sound and movement. Amplified harps, trumpet and electronic sounds are diffused live in the singular duo of local improvisers Eduardo Cossio & Dan O'Connor, Windhover. Industrial sound collage duo Lana Rothnie & Mahamboro collaborate live for the first time, with Mahamboro streaming audio live into the space from Yogyakarta via network technology.